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Los Remedios

Los Remedios



Hospital Sagrado Corazón

Casino Terraza

Av. Maria Luisa, 4, Spain

Lobo López

C. Rosario, 15

Terraza Alfonso

P.º de las Delicias, 13, 41013, Seville, Spain

Plaza de Armas | Bus Station

Puente Cristo de la Expiración, s/n, 41001, Seville, Seville
954 90 80 40

La Terraza

Calle Calatrava, 12

Museo del Baile Flamenco

London Gin Tonic Club

C. Juan Sebastián Elcano, 14, 41011, Spain

Lo Nuestro Flamenco

Calle Betis, 31

Casa Ricardo

C. Hernán Cortés, 2, 41002, Spain

Terrazas Zona Parque Maria Luisa

Plaza de España

Bodeguita Blanco Cerrillo

C. José de Velilla, 1


Jardines del Prado de San Sebastián, 41004, Sevilla, Spain


Avenida de la República Argentina, 27, 41011, Seville, Spain

Catedral de Sevilla


Uno de Delicias

P.º de las Delicias, 1, 41013, Spain

Cinesur | Nervión

Calle Luis de Morales, 3

Nervión Neighbourhood

Bodeguita Antonio Romero

C. Antonia Díaz, 19, 41001 Sevilla

Terraza Hotel Doña María

Calle Don Remondo, 19 terraza, 41004 Sevilla

Muelle Nueva York

Paseo de las Delicias (zona del río), Sevilla, Spain

Bar Arenal Ventura

Calle Arfe, 2

Mercado del Barranco

Calle Arjona

La Montanera

Calle Juan Sebastián Elcano, 16

Gigante Bar

Alameda de Hérculas, 17

Setas de Sevilla

Taberna Álvaro Perejil

Calle Mateos Gago, 22

La Gorda de las Setas

Plaza de la Encarnación

Bar Santa Marta

Calle Angostillo, 2

Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo

Calle Betis


Pl. de la Encarnación, 38, 41003, Seville, Spain

Torre del Oro

P.º de Cristóbal Colón, s/n, 41001, Sevilla, Spain


Calle Eslava, 3

La Carbonería

Calle Céspedes, 21

Libano Terraza

P.º de las Delicias, 151, 41013, Sevilla, Spain


Avenida de la Borbolla, 41, 41013, Sevilla, Spain

Archivo de Indias

Terraza Chile

P.º de las Delicias, 41013, Spain

Bodega Dos de Mayo

Plaza de la Gavidia, 6

Avenida 5 Cines

Calle Marqués de Paradas, 15

Paseo Colón

Terraza EME

Calle Alemanes, 27

Las Columnas

C. Rodrigo Caro, 1, 41004 Sevilla

Iglesia de Santa María la Blanca

C. Sta. María la Blanca, 5, 41004, Sevilla, Spain

Bar Alfalfa

Calle Candilejo, 1

Plaza del Salvador


Jardines del Alcazar

954 50 23 24

Bar Europa

Calle Siete Revueltas, 35


C. Luis Montoto, 118, 41018, Seville, Spain

Los Gordales

Avenida Flota de Indias


C. Amor de Dios, 18, 41002, Seville, Spain

Greta Sevilla

Calle Asunción, 50

Estadio Benito Villamarín


Bar Estrella

Calle Estrella, 3

La Gitana Loca

Cta. del Rosario, 8, 41004

Hospital Fátima

El Rinconcillo

Calle Gerona, 40

Iglesia del Buen Suceso

Pl. Buen Suceso, s/n, 41004, Sevilla, Spain


P.º de las Delicias, s/n, 41001, Seville, Spain

Triana Neighbourhood


Prado de San Sebastián | Bus Station

Iglesia de San Antonio Abad

C. Alfonso XII, 3, 41001, Sevilla, Spain

YO10 Sport Club

Torre Sevilla Calle Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada, C.C. Torre-Sevilla, 2, Planta - local 79, 41092, Sevilla, Spain

Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan


Universidad de Sevilla

Terraza Hotel Inglaterra

Pl. Nueva, 7, 6ª planta, 41001 Sevilla

Los Remedios Neighbourhood


Pl. la Legión, s/n, 41001, Spain

El Rejoneo

Calle Betis, 31B


Calle Zaragoza, 6

Centro Neighbourhood

Bar Antojo

Calle Calatrava, 44

Real Alcázar de Sevilla

Iglesia San Luis de los Franceses

C. San Luis, 37, 41003, Sevilla, Spain

Pura Tasca

Calle Numancia, 5

Perro Viejo

Calle Arguijo, 3

Alameda de Hércules


Mano de Santo

Avenida Alameda de Hércules, 90

Museo de Bellas Artes


Las Golondrinas

C. Pagés del Corro, 76, 41010 Sevilla


C.C. Torre Sevilla, C. López Pintado, 41092, Seville, Spain

Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares

Plaza América, 3, 41013, Seville, Spain


C. Plácido Fernández Viagas, 4, 41013, Sevilla, Spain


Calle Calatrava, 16

La Prensa

Av. Flota de Indias

La Azotea

Calle Conde de Barajas, 13

Taberna Paco España

Calle Alfarería, 18

San Bernardo

Hospital Virgen del Rocío

bandas pequeñas


Things you may need to know

Public Transportation

Where is Seville located?

Seville is located in the south of Spain, in the comunidad called Andalucía. It is the 4th largest city in Spain, boasting all of the resources a big city offers while still feeling small enough to get to know the unique neighborhoods and the well-known monuments and sites. Seville is 2.5 hours away from Madrid on the AVE (high-speed train) and even closer by air.  

In the winter months, students can take advantage of the nearby Sierra Nevada mountains to ski or snowboard. When it warms up, some of the most popular coastal regions in Spain, Huelva and Cádiz, are less than 2 hours away by bus or train, perfect for a day or weekend trip to the beach.



San Pablo Airport or Seville Airport (SVQ) is located 10 kilometres (6 miles) east of downtown Seville, and is easily accessible--there is even a specific airport bus! It is an international airport with flights to almost all destinations within Spain and Europe.

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Day trips from Seville

  • Santiponce
    • Itálica
    • Monasterio de San Isidoro del Campo
  • Carmona
  • Aracena
  • Jerez de la Frontera
  • Parque Nacional de Doñana
  • Cádiz

Weekend trips

  • Ronda
  • Huelva
  • Mérida
  • Cáceres
  • Málaga
  • Jaén
  • Gibraltar (passport required)


The buses and tram in Seville are operated by the municipal transportation company TUSSAM. You can pay for each trip separately, which costs 1.40€, or you can purchase a transport card. There are two types of transport cards, the Bonobús, which works on the buses and tram, but not on the metro; and the Tarjeta de Transporte, which works on all three. 


The buses in Seville normally run between 6 am and midnight every day including holidays. TUSSAM has integrated its bus schedules directly Google Maps, allowing for easy access to the different lines and time tables. 


The tram or tranvía runs between Plaza Nueva and San Bernardo, making it a good option if you need to get to the historic center from the Nervión neighborhood (or vice versa). 


The airport bus service is the most affordable way to travel to and from the airport. It costs only 4€  per trip. The line has stops throughout the city, with its final destination being the Seville airport, and is also a good option to get back to the center after returning from a trip!


Another popular form of transportation around Seville is the Sevici bike-rental service. Similar to city bikes or other bike share programs in many US cities, Sevici allows you to pick up and drop off bikes from a number of stations throughout the city. Seville is one of the European cities with the most bike lanes, making Sevici a great option to quickly get around the city. 

You can buy either a Long Term Pass, which will give you unlimited journeys for a year, and costs 33.33€; or you can buy a Short Term Pass, which gives you unlimited journeys for a week and costs 13.33€.

With either pass, the first 30 minutes of each trip are free with no additional cost. If you go over the allotted 30 minutes, the next hour costs 1.03€ and subsequent hours 2€. To avoid these extra costs, you can return the bike to any station before going over the 30-minute limit and simply re-check it out to regain another 30 minutes of free usage. 


Seville's metro system is a work in progress and is not nearly as extensive as those of Madrid, Barcelona and other large cities. It currently provides one line that cuts across the city. The metro can be a good option if you live close to a metro stop.



Like the majority of the European Union countries, Spain uses the Euro. You can easily exchange US dollars for euros in any number of banks and exchange centers in Seville.

Credit vs Debit Cards

Most US credit card companies charge an international purchase fee of around 2-3% of the cost of the purchase. Similarly, when you withdraw money from an ATM using a US debit card, your American bank will normally charge you a small fee. We generally recommend to use credit cards for larger purchases only and to use debit cards to withdraw cash, which is still used often in Spain for smaller purchases.

General Prices

All COWA students receive 3 full meals a day in their homestay, so any money spent on food/drink is at their own discretion. Here are some general prices to give you an idea of how much things cost in Seville:

  • Coffee: around 1.20-1.50€ 
  • Small beer (caña): around 1.20€ 
  • Dinner at a cheap restaurant: around 8€ 
  • Dinner at a nice restaurant: 15-25€ 
  • Dinner at a VERY nice restaurant: 25-40€ 


Tipping in Spain is very different from in the US. It is not necessary, as the price you pay for your meal or when you take a cab often already includes the tip. You may leave a tip if you have received good service at a bar or restaurant. Normally, you round up to the nearest euro or add a euro or two, depending on the service and the overall bill.